A hot BNSF Z train curves through Crozier canyon, with the shadows growing rapidly as the sun begins to lower.
878 leads classmate 857, SF30C 9553 and SDF45 5977 away from the west end of Crozier canyon, alongside fabled Route 66.
After holding at the signal for an uphill ZLACATG729L to pass by this stack train begins to motor up, continuing westward. The head end of the Z train is just visible entering the mouth of Crozie... (more)
Grinding hard up the 1.2% grade towards Yampai Hill, the daily Barstow, CA to Belen, NM manifest train crawls out of the eastern end of Crozier Canyon as the four GE motors roar with power during ... (more)
BNSF 7837 & 4143 head into Crozier Canyon with an eastbound stack train.
BNSF 4094 & 7171 bring up the rear of an eastbound stack train.
Looking down on the famous Crozier Canyon, a SD70ACe motor leads a loaded auto train through the S-curve within the heart of the Canyon as the two units grind up towards Yampai Summit.
Just a spectacular view.
On top of the rim of the scenic Crozier Canyon the view on the BNSF Seligman Sub is spectacular. Sitting there and watching trains meander through the canyon is a thing I... (more)
BNSF 3800 slithers and negotiates its way through Crozier canyon on it's descent towards Needles California.
In Crozier Canyon east of Kingman, AZ a intermodal train head west to California.
An eastbound is snaking its way through Crozier Canyon on a great spring morning.
Looking down at Crozier Canyon, a heavy eastbound stack train from the ports of Los Angeles battles the nearly 1.5% grade up Yampai Hill. Nestled between Truxton and Valentine, Ariz., Crozier Cany... (more)
Having just traversed Crozier Canyon, BNSF 3824 continues it westward journey.
BNSF 6125 West leads the Kansas City to Richmond California auto train through Crozier Arizona on a beautiful snowing/foggy morning. This was my 1st time ever railfanning in snow and I loved it!
BNSF 7167 leads an westbound train down grade out of Crozier Canyon.